Don't miss this unique networking opportunity, where you will hear from a renowned Economics professor.
Bring your business cards: the Penn & Wharton Club of Arizona, in association with the Turnaround Management Association, is pleased to present Professor Dan Silverman. Please join us on October 13th for a presentation by Professor Silverman. Dr. Silverman is an Economics Professor at Arizona State University and obtained his PhD in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Silverman will discuss the growing economic inequality in America, issues with correcting inequality, and the impact to our country and local Arizona businesses. He will also discuss recommended approaches to improving the serious impact to our economy and society.
WHAT: Professor Dan Silverman
Economic Inequality in America
WHEN: October 13, 2016
5:30-6:15 PM - Registration & Hors d’oeuvres
6:15-7:15 PM - Dan's Presentation, Q&A
7:15-8:00 PM - Networking
To purchase tickets scroll below. $40 Member (and Member Guest) ticket and $50 Non-member ticket, includes hot and cold Hors d’oeuvres. Our Red & Blue Society members are entitled to two tickets at NO CHARGE. Unfortunately, our highly sophisticated and wonderful new web platform has no ability [for the moment] to handle a NO CHARGE ticket; so, to RSVP please simply click on the link to email: [email protected]. Also, if you are bringing someone with you, please add their name to the email [that's another thing we are asking to be added to our site by our web platform hosting company].
Professor Silverman is a distinguished Professor of Economics at the W.P. Carey School of Business and Arizona State University. He earned his Doctorate in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and has a Masters in Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He is currently an editor of the American Economic Journal – Economic Policy and previously served as an editor of the Journal of Public Economics. He is the author of numerous publications and scholarly articles in the field of economics and public policy. Professor Silverman has taught seminars at Cornell, the University of Arizona, Stanford, Goethe University and University of California Berkley during the last several years. He has also received numerous awards and grants for his work on economic issues. Professor Silverman has also recently participated in presentations at the Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association Annual Meeting and the Human Capital and Economic Opportunity Conference on Skills Measurement.